Cheung

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Cheung is a Cantonese romanization of several Chinese surnames, including the one written as in Traditional characters and in Simplified characters (Jyutping: Zoeng1; Pinyin: Zhāng; Wade–Giles: Chang), and the one written in both Traditional characters and Simplified characters as . Sometimes, () is also spelled as Cheung instead of Chiang/Jiang due to its Cantonese pronunciation.

It is a fairly common American surname, listed 3,672th during the 1990 US Census and 2,069th during the year 2000 US Census.[1]

List of people with the surname[edit]

張 and 张

See also[edit]

  • Zhang/Chang, for more about the surname within China
  • Teoh, for general of Chinese people within Singapore, Malaysia and some other South-East Asia countries

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